I wanted to share some of the photos with you from both of the baby showers I had. I think whether or not you plan on finding out the gender of your baby or not some of these ideas can come in handy! I was lucky enough to have two showers for baby Pitzen so I included photos from both for you to see:) The baby is due any day now so I wanted to make sure I got this posted before he/she’s big arrival.
My mom, sister and aunt planned a beautiful shower for me in CT. With everything that went on during the pandemic and the lack of being able to see other people it was such a lovely time to see everyone that I hadn’t seen in so long safely. I had told my mom early on that one tradition in which I had seen at some of my friends baby showers in the past was instead of giving a card you give a book to the mom to be. All of the guests who attended our shower did that and I loved it! Such a great way to create your babies book collection and also a sweet way to write a note to the little one on the way for you to always have and remember.
One of my favorite parts about my CT shower were the invites my mom & sister created on Minted. They did a whale theme. I use to LOVE whales growing up so they made sure to incorporate them on my baby shower invites which I thought was so sweet.
I had SO much fun planning and creating our gender neutral baby shower for all of my Boston friends. This day has been one in which I dreamed about having for so long and I feel so thankful that I was able to share it with close family and friends. This baby is already SO lucky to have so many aunts and uncles who can’t wait for he/she’s arrival. We had everyone decorate baby onesies with whatever saying they wanted on them and we also played a really fun baby shower game. All of the baby gifts from friends and family went into a cradle Andy’s parents had and I always admired so it fit very well with the theme of the day.